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Josh Schwartz
Head of Product, Eng, and Data . Sometimes speaker. Rare tweeter. I spend my time thinking about media, machine learning, and coffee.
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John Saroff Jun 18
Very excited to announce the partnership with . Our users can now get real-time insights right inside of the they use each day. Big thanks to our customers who gave us tons of great feedback and helped us build!
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Josh Schwartz Jun 16
Replying to @arctictony
I'm exactly the same...either journo-Twitter is especially dog-friendly or Twitter just assumes that everyone loves dogs and cares about weather and puts the same tags on everyone.
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Runa Sandvik May 15
The is looking for a CISO! Happy to answer questions about the team and the company.
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Josh Schwartz May 9
Replying to @wesyang
unique and differentiated content is what makes business sense *and* it's what does best from a metrics perspective
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Josh Schwartz May 9
Replying to @wesyang
Just to argue against the idea that it's metrics' fault: look at the list of top stories on Chartbeat for 2018: ...nothing at the top of that list but unique & high quality journalism. Same for every prior year. As you point out...
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Josh Schwartz May 1
With an early look, we haven't seen major changes in FB US traffic in the last 48 hours. FB traffic fluctuates enough that a robust trend probably won't be clear for another week or two.
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Josh Schwartz Mar 28
Next week I'll be at presenting a first look into Chartbeat's program to help publishers grow their subscription revenues. It's early yet, but I'm so excited to share where we're headed and what we're seeing so far. If you'll be there, I'd love to meet up!
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Josh Schwartz Mar 13
Replying to @carlazanoni
Congrats!!
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Kathleen Carroll Feb 13
Outraged by ⁦today’s arrest of ⁩. She must be released immediately. RT if you believe in . ⁦⁦
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Josh Schwartz Feb 7
And there we have it, the greatest headline ever written.
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Josh Schwartz Feb 1
Replying to @NYTimesPR @millie
Congrats !! It’s been awesome watching your success over the years
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Eric Umansky Jan 11
1/ I'm super-excited we're expanding our Washington coverage. There are important stories happening *far away* from the Oval Office, in agencies we hear far less about, that profoundly affect our lives.
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stacy-marie ishmael Jan 4
Yo, women in journalism. Consider applying for this, if only because of the absolutely baller advisory board
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Josh Schwartz Jan 2
Hey Aryana — just saw your tweet and it sounds like something isn't right. Drop me a note (josh@chartbeat.com) or feel free to email our support (support@chartbeat.com) and we'll see what we can do to straighten things out!
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Josh Schwartz Dec 19
That’s probably the fastest rejection of a headline in an AB test I’ve ever seen!
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Josh Schwartz Dec 18
Replying to @mccanner
Just wanted to say thanks for a really insightful and enjoyable analysis. We shared it with the company and it’s something I’ll spend some time digesting. And congrats to y’all for another great year!
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erin mccann | Dec 18
Chartbeat released their list of the most 'engaged' stories this year. There are 120 on them, and they're a good -- though imperfect -- measure of, well, the biggest online stories of the year. Take a look, and stick around for the thread
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Josh Schwartz Dec 18
This was the most interesting thing to me in this list — in a year that felt totally overwhelmed by Trump news, the most read stories were remarkably varied in their focus.
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Josh Schwartz Dec 17
Replying to @LaLaLoney @Chartbeat
It shouldn’t be, so this might be something independent. Drop us a line to support@chartbeat.com and we’ll take a look
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Recurse Center Dec 6
We're offering $10,000 Fellowships to women working on open source programming projects, research, and art for our batch starting Jan 7. 50% of funding is reserved for women, trans, and non-binary people of color. Apply now: Please help spread the word!
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